A pair of future multi-tower communities are bringing new density to Dundas Street steps from Kipling subway and GO stations on the west side of Toronto. The side-by-side construction sites for Pinnacle International's Pinnacle Etobicoke community and Concert Properties' Kip District community will combine for 14 towers once complete, with nine towers to be built at the Pinnacle Etobicoke site, joining one completed tower at Kip District with four more on the way.

Looking west on Dundas to Pinnacle Etobicoke (R) and Kip District (L), image by Edward Skira

Closer to Kipling station, the Kip District site now has above-grade progress on its second tower, rising east of the completed IBI Group-designed 28-storey first phase. Further to the east, work follows closely behind for the third tower's ground floor. These next two of the community's Quadrangle-designed buildings will include direct frontages on Dundas West, along the northern edge of the diamond-shaped development site, separated from future phases by a landscaped courtyard.

Looking northwest over Kip District site, image by Forum contributor Jasonzed

These next two towers will bring over 500 combined condominium and apartment suites to the complex, with a 24-storey condominium building containing 286 condominium units to the west, and a 21-storey purpose-built rental building with 233 apartments to the east.

Next buildings in the Kip District, image via submission to City of Toronto

West of the Kip District, the first phase of Pinnacle Etobicoke is now ascending beside Dundas Street West. Known as “Cypress at Pinnacle Etobicoke,” the 25-storey tower is the first of nine Turner Fleischer Architects-designed buildings that will make up this master-planned community.

Looking southeast to Pinnacle Etobicoke (R) and Kip District (L), image by Forum contributor Jasonzed

Once complete, the community's first phase will house 1,320 m² of street-level retail area, along with 3,475 m² of commercial office space in its podium levels, topped by 273 condominium units in the tower above. 

Pinnacle Etobicoke, with first phase at bottom left, image via submission to City of Toronto

Additional information and images can be found in our Database file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum thread, or leave a comment below.

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Related Companies:  BDP Quadrangle, Concert Properties, Devisubox, EQ Building Performance Inc., Grounded Engineering Inc., IBI Group, Jablonsky, Ast and Partners, LiveRoof Ontario Inc, NAK Design Strategies, Turner Fleischer Architects, U31, UCEL Inc., Unilux HVAC Industries Inc., VDF Vertical